If you need a Certificate of Assurance for your refractive index liquids as part of your quality management procedures then please just request one with your order and we can supply it free of charge.
How do you check that your refractive index liquid is still ok to use and has not been contaminated?
The suspect bottle is well shaken and three test slides made up without asbestos present. If asbestos fibres are observed using dispersion staining, crossed polars or first order red plate examination, then the liquid is [...]
Why is my refractive index liquid getting darker in colour? It is normal for these liquids to get darker as they age which may cause them to go from a light yellow to a dark [...]
From the Finance Director, Mrs Alison Pomeroy “ McCrone UK have been successfully trading for a decade as of September 2017. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their [...]
At McCrone UK we have a wide selection of immersion oils sold in 30ml, 120ml or 480ml volumes. They are inexpensive and can be calibrated to the customers requirements. They are used in universities, hospitals [...]
The Novex BBS binocular phase contrast microscope is fully compliant with the HSG248 requirements for PCMs for fibre counting and yet is considerably cheaper than the standard Olympus or Nikon scopes used for this purpose. [...]